1. Light Of The Night


    from Christopher Georgia / Added

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    12,500+ photographs, 3,000+ miles driving, 250 miles hiked, and 500 hours later, I am very happy to present to you, Light Of The Night. A short film capturing just a small sample of the beautiful New England star filled landscapes. Putting this short film together has been one of the most incredible journeys I've yet to embark on. Traveling from place to place, hiking hundreds of miles of New England's trail systems, meeting a an awesome bunch of other photographers along the way, the lovely and unpredictable New England weather, and last but not least spending so much time under the stars, are the memories that I will remember for a life time. I couldn't thank my friends enough for being a part of this project in one way or another! Whether it was hanging out while shooting photos, hiking out to spots, taking long drives from place to place, answering technical questions, putting up with me sitting at the computer every day for a month straight, you have all helped out so much!

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    • JAG35 PRO with Magnet Flip Trick on Sony SR11 Camcorder - Video Review


      from Tom Guilmette / Added

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      Check out http://www.tomguilmette.com for more info. This is my second review for the JAG35 Pro. I like this adapter a lot for the low price tag. It works very well on my Sony HDR-SR11. In this review, I talk about how you can use magnets from a Blackberry or iPhone holster to magically flip the image in the SR11 viewfinder. By doing this, you can properly see the right-side-up video footage shot through the JAG35 Pro. This “flip” does not work on all consumer cameras, but it works great on the Sony SR11. Sony cameras are also a good match-up with the JAG35 adapters. I found that I could lock the focus on the SR11 and then set the silver dial to adjust the exposure. This allowed me to operate the camera in full manual mode. In this video I take the JAG35 to Rumney Rocks, in New Hampshire and take some pretty pictures of a few rock climbers. Thanks to Dan and Tobi for starring in this little short. For more information on this adapter, please check out http://www.jag35.com I found vignetting and soft edges when I used my f2.8 lenses. This adapter is not as good as Letus products, but it works well for the $300-$400 price. Special thanks to Matt Stapleton for his extensive internet research to find an easy “flip” solution for the SR11. And also, a friendly hello to Joe Stunzi. @jstunzi dear world, joe stunzi is the man! TRT: 6 minutes 12 seconds Size: 137.9 MB Type: Quicktime mpeg4 720p HDTV

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      • BY THE WATER


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        Music video for the first single released by Ingrid Chavez from the upcoming album "A Flutter And Some Words". http://www.myspace.com/ingridchavez My first test with Canon 5d Mark II.

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        • Falling Water - Letus Extreme Film - HDTV


          from Tom Guilmette / Added

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          HD Quicktime version at my website: http://www.tomguilmette.com/Site/EX1_Letus_Videos/Pages/fallingwater720.html I shot a video at Champney Falls in Albany, New Hampshire back in 2001 with my Sony Z1U HDV camera. This place had two waterfalls, Champney and Pitcher and was located on the side of Mount Chocorua. When I purchased my PMW-EX1 a few months ago, I put this place back on the list to shoot. I really wanted to capture the beauty of these waterfalls with the Letus Extreme, the amazing EX1 and my Nikon lenses. And this time, I would use a dolly for slow cinematic slides. I made a total of six trips up the 2.5 mile trail from my car to the waterfalls. The first 2.5 mile trip was a strong and excited Tom with two twenty foot PVC pipes and a homemade plywood dolly. When I arrived at the falls, I dumped the stuff in the woods and went back to the car, 2.5 miles away. My next trip up the Champney Brook trail was an excited Tom with a Vinten Vision 3 tripod, a Sony PMW-EX1 with the Letus, a backpack full of lenses, trash bags (for rain), batteries, tools and lens wipes. At the falls, I grabbed the dolly and pipe from its hiding spot and shot for five hours. I met a few people who made it to the spot and these hikers were intrigued by my elaborate setup. I shot with my Nikon 200mm f3.5, Nikon 24mm f2.8, Sigma 18mm f3.5, and my Nikon 50mm f1.4. I got my EX1 wet from water pouring off the rock face and the sweat pouring off my own face. As you will see, all the work to get the dolly and pipe up the mountain was worth it in the end. I originally was only going to hike the camera, tripod and lenses up the the falls since I was alone. I am happy I made the extra trips. After shooting, I hid the dolly and pvc in the woods and I hiked the camera, tripod and lenses down to my car, 2.5 miles away at the trailhead. This was my fourth time down the trail. Now back at the car, I thought about just leaving the dolly up the mountain and getting it the next day. The sky was dark and I could hear thunder in the distance. I went back up for the fifth time. I was not that tired, but I was mentally tired of this trail. The same hike over and over. I picked up the dolly and pipe, wrapped electrical tape around the two pipes to hold them together and headed back down the trail for the sixth and last time. Then, the lightning and thunder hit and I don't remember much after that. I only remember very wet socks. Check out my website for more info: http://www.tomguilmette.com TRT: 1min 52sec

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          • Water And Light - 5Dmk2 Short Nature Film


            from Tom Guilmette / Added

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            This short video is a small sample of the stock footage I am shooting for Digital Juice. Take a look at http://www.tomguilmette.com for more info. I hiked my Vinten Vision 3 tripod, Vinten baby legs, 10 feet of PVC dolly track, my 2ftx2ft skateboard dolly, the Canon 5dmk2 DSLR with matte box and three filters, Zoom h4 audio recorder and a bag of Nikon lenses two miles up a mountain. I actually hiked 16 miles total that day. Here is the quick version of the story… I hiked two 10 foot pieces of 1 1/4inch PVC pipe, the dolly and the Vinten baby legs two miles to waterfalls on the side of Mount Chocorua in Albany, New Hampshire. I hid all the stuff under a rock at the edge of a 30 foot cliff face. I then hiked two miles back to the car at the trail head. Next, I grabbed the Canon 5dmk2 camera (with batteries, Red Rock Micro matte box, .6 ND, circular polariser, .6 grad ND filters), bag of lenses and the Vinten Vision 3 Tripod. I hiked those pieces of gear the two miles to the falls. All this took just over 1.5 hrs of walking/climbing over rugged terrain. So total mileage hiked thus far: 6 miles. I’m just glad the iPod battery was fully charged. I setup the very first dolly shot (the shot of the small waterfall through the fir tree in the video) and used my only Canon lens for this, the 24mm f2.8. After getting the wide cover dolly shot, I grabbed for the Nikon glass and the Nikon to Canon lens adapter. I dropped the adapter by mistake and it fell into a small pool. This small pool was actually very deep and the adapter was lost forever. At this point, all my Nikon glass was useless as I had no way to mount the lenses to the 5dmk2 body. I only had a Canon 24mm f2.8 for this shoot now! That simply was not enough. So, I grabbed all my kit, looked up at the mostly blue sky, and stashed all the equipment in the bushes under a few inches of leaves and sticks. It was about noontime. I ran down the two mile trail and got to the car in just about twenty minutes, with sweat pouring off me. I grabbed my spare (and last) Canon to Nikon lens ring adapter and ran back up the trail the two miles to the waterfalls. So far, 10 miles traveled, about three hours elapsed since arrival at trail head and only one dolly shot recorded! I shot for the next six hours in generally the same area. I worked the cliff face and thirty foot waterfall with mostly wide lenses and ten feet of track. I used the Zoom H4 to record all the wild sound you hear in the video. Later, I climbed to the top of these cliffs to get the “eternal pool” shots. This small puddle was fed by falling water emerging right out of the mountainside. I drank almost a gallon of this water, right out of the pool between takes. After shooting about 15 gigs or 1080p 30p stock footage (one minutes long takes with audio), I decided to head out. I only had about an hour of daylight left, so I knew that the last of my hiking would be done by head torch. I tossed the dolly and track in a small cave and buried the Vinten baby legs under a mess of branches. I grabbed the Canon 5dmk2 (which was covered in dirt and mud), the Vinten Vision 3 tripod, the bag of lenses, and batteries and headed the two miles back to the car. Once I got to the car, I locked everything inside and hiked again, up the trail two miles. I was getting very tired and I had raced mt bikes downhill the day before! I was now thinking out loud that asking someone to help me might be worth the hassle! When I say “hassle”, I mean someone putting up with the bugs and countless hours in the middle of nowhere without complaining! Most people will get sick of this type of work after the first five hours. When I arrived at the waterfalls for the last time, it was almost dark. My iPod battery was dead, so all I could hear was my own labored breathing. I grabbed the ten foot track, the twenty pound dolly and the Vinten baby legs and make the final trek off the mountain with only a weak LED headlamp beam. I got back to the car and went through the gear. I sat behind the wheel, did not start the car. I slept in the drivers seat till 11pm. I woke up forgetting where I was and then drove out after eating a powerbar. That was one hell of a day. Enjoy the 2 minute 15 second video. TRT: 2 minutes 15 seconds Size: 47.99 MB Type: Quicktime mpeg4 720p HDTV

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            • In New England - Fall 2013


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              This October, we did a hiking and leaf peeping trip through beautiful New England (Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut) for just 12 days. It was right at the same time as the US government shutdown which turned out to be a rather odd experience. This is a collection of moments and thoughts. Directed & edited by: Vincent Urban Filmed by: Vincent Urban & Alex Tank twitter.com/vincenturban - instagram.com/vincenturban Music: Sophie Hutchings - "Portrait Of Haller" Filmed with Canon 5D Mark II and Sony FS100 Watch the other travel clips here: In Morocco: https://vimeo.com/73605534 In South Amercia: https://vimeo.com/53673455 In Oman: vimeo.com/95308951 In New York: https://vimeo.com/50631254

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              • Rapid Eye Movement


                from PIX IN MOTION by Leo Bar / Added

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                What my brain remembers seeing last summer... More info, see my blog :: http://wp.me/pBIIx-bJ Music: Where sky meets sea - Kendra Springer :: http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/674460/where-sky-meets-sea :: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Texture used for mask :: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skeletalmess/ :: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skeletalmess/6687475371/in/set-72157625757841742 :: Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)

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                • Pieces of New Hampshire - Letus Extreme Film


                  from Tom Guilmette / Added

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                  Visit http://www.tomguilmette.com I shot at a friend's farm in New Hampshire and banked a bunch of "Cow" stock footage. You never know when you will need a shot of a cow eating, belching or mooing. I will shoot a much longer Letus film at this beautiful location when I have more time. Later, I shot a small lean-to type cabin that my friend built with his father. I could live there. Finally, I went rock climbing with a group of buddies at the "Rumney Rocks" near my camp in Rumney, New Hampshire. Lots of ice, but the rock was dry. This place is very popular all year long and has fixed routes. I will shoot more at this sweet crag this summer. Shot with the Sony PMW-EX1 and Letus Extreme. I used mostly my Nikon 55mm f2.8 macro with the cows. The audio is from a Sony NV1 shotgun mic. at the rock wall, I also used a Nikon 200mm f3.5. I ran out of light fast, since I shot after the climb. Graded with Magic Bullet Looks.

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                  • Claymore Challenge - Phantom Flex High Speed Camera - Highland Mtn


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                    The Claymore Challenge brings professional freestyle mountain bikers from all over the world to Highland Bike Park in New Hampshire. Nick Keating and I captured the event with a Phantom Flex high speed digital cinema camera at over 2000 frames per second. Please read the blog for more information: http://www.tomguilmette.com/archives/2690 Twitter: @tomguilmette http://www.twitter.com/tomguilmette For more information on the Phantom Flex: http://www.rule.com/products/1730

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                    • Salmon Theory


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                      A glimpse of the New Hampshire winter surfing experience Voice of Casey Lockwood Surfers: Casey Lockwood Shawn MacDonald Stevie O'Hara and others http://thegranitestoke.blogspot.com

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